Tag: QE

COVID 19: CFO Concerns

COVID-19: CFO Concerns

This economic crisis, as well as the virus, is truly novel- it is not caused by bursting financial bubbles, deficient demand or underutilised potential. Revenues that would normally come from the population producing, earning and

/ March 20, 2020
Damon de Laszlo

August 2019

Another interesting positive side effect of the upheaval in the basic order is a realisation that leaders can break through the constraints of bureaucracy.  Flouting all conventional advice, Trump’s meeting...

/ August 12, 2019
10 Biggest Wealth Markets: 2018 Wealth vs Growth 2008-2018

10 Biggest Wealth Markets: 2018 Wealth vs Growth 2008-2018

As much as one could look to political differences or motivations, the single biggest boon for wealth growth has been global loose monetary policy with near zero interest rates and significant QE, which serves ...

/ May 24, 2019
Government & Household Debt v.s. Population Density

Chart of the Week: UK Government & Household Debt vs. GDP

Over the past 40 years, government debt as a proportion of GDP has predominantly remained in the 30%-50% range. This trend ended with the financial crisis, after which  government policy has been centered on reducing the debt to GDP ratio...

/ November 22, 2018